KTET 2017 Admit Card Released, Download Now

KTET 2017 Admit Card / Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test  Hall Ticket December 2017 Released – Download Now

KTET 2017 Admit Card : The Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has released the notification for the state Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) 2017. Candidates who wish to appear for the examination can apply for the same from the official website (keralapareekshabhavan.in). Candidates can also download the hall tickets from ktet.kerala.gov.in.

KTET is held to provide eligibility certificate to successful teaching aspirants for lower primary, upper primary and high school classes in Kerala.

KTET 2017 Admit Card / Kerala TET December 2017 Hall Ticket / KTET Call letter 2017

Click here to download KTET Admit Card 2017

Click here to take KTET General English Online Test Practice

Candidates can download it using their application ID, application number and the category for which applied. most probably. KTET will be held on 28 and 30 December 2017. Online registration for the examination was held till 3 December 2017. Updates in this regard can also be found at the other website ktet.kerala.gov.in.

Official notification for Kerala TET was released in July and the exam was held on 12 August and 19 August. Admit cards were released on 1 August.

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KTET 2017 admit card, here’s how to download

  • Go the official websites mentioned above
  • On the homepage, click on the KTET section
  • Click on the admit card link
  • A new page will open
  • Enter application ID and number. Also key in your category applied in KTET
  • Download and take a print out

Important dates:

Exam for categories 1- December 28, 2017 (10 am – 12.30 pm)
Exam for categories 2- December 28, 2017 (2 pm – 4.30 pm)
Exam for categories 3- December 30, 2017 (10 am – 12.30 pm)
Exam for categories 4- December 30, 2017 (2 pm – 4.30 pm)

The candidates have to secure 60 per cent and above in the KTET examination to qualify. There is no negative marking for the test.

the KTET selection will comprise of four categories. While first three categories will be for teacher posts of lower primary, upper primary and high school classes, respectively; the last category will be for language teachers in Arabic, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu (up to Upper Primary level), Specialist teachers and Physical Education teachers (up to High School level).

‘A person who scores 60% or more in the K-TET examination will be considered ‘KTET passed’ or ‘K-TET qualified’. This will be the qualifying marks for all categories. There shall be no negative marks for the test. There is no age limit prescribed for candidates appearing for K-TET.’

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